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Professionalizing Motherhood

Encouraging, Educating, and Equipping Mothers at Home

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Professionalizing Motherhood is a call to consider that working at motherhood full-time is a valid, worthwhile career choice and provides a resource to equip the professional mother to successfully develop and sharpen each skill she needs to excel and grow in her field. This expanded edition comes with a leader's guide and personal reflections.

EXPANDED! NOW WITH LEADER’S GUIDE AND DISCUSSION QUESTIONS. “Just a mom?” There’s no such thing. Motherhood isn’t a second-rate occupation. It is a career that can maximize your talents and strengths to their fullest. Look past the surface of mothering—the endless tasks and frantic pace—to the incredible skills required to raise your children while nurturing your marriage. The truth is clear: You’re a professional in one of the most dignified, demanding, and rewarding fields any woman can find. Upbeat, candid, and engaging, Professionalizing Motherhood will do more than help you radically redefine how you see yourself. It will guide you toward practical development as a career woman who specializes in the home. Jill Savage helps you determine a strategy and set goals for professional training and growth. From the foundational to the practical, you’ll learn about Establishing your mission Developing a network of “coworkers” Discovering your value in Christ How marriage and mothering work together Organizational and homemaking basics Taking care of your personal needs Professionalizing Motherhood casts a fresh and meaningful vision for mothering as a worthy career choice for this season of your life.

Contributor(s) Jill Savage
About the Contributor(s) Jill Savage
Jill Savage is a writer, speaker and the founder of Hearts at Home. Author of Professionalizing Motherhood and Is There Really Sex After Kids?, she leads the Hearts at Home organization in its mission to exalt God while encouraging, educating, and equipping mothers in their personal and family lives. She and her husband, Mark, live in Normal, Illinois, with their five children.
UPC 025986248178
ISBN-10 0310248175
ISBN-13 9780310248170
Release Date Jul 30, 2002
Weight (lbs) 0.8300
Height 9
Width 6
Length 304
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Zondervan
Price $15.99
Series Hearts at Home Workshop Series
Format Paperback
Language English

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